Join us for an interactive hour to learn more about our MS programs in Finance and Accountancy. Be prepared to ask our admission officers questions. There will also be students in the MSF and MSA programs to address any questions about student life!
Graduates of the Master's in Finance program gain the financial analysis and critical thinking skills to accelerate their careers in a field that will see nearly 15 percent growth over the next decade, with an average salary of $100,000. The new 12-course, STEM-designated quantitative track has a mathematical and capital market focus that will appeal to students interested in risk analysis, risk management, compliance, investment management, and financial technology careers. Evening classes are offered at our Waltham campus.